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  • Math Olympiads Group Photo
    St. James Math Olympiads Are Virtual Success
    The St. James Math Olympiads met virtually for 10 weeks, to complete the rigorous expectations worthy of a Math Olympian. Students who successfully completed the program are pictured with their Math Olympian club advisor Brian Cusati. Read Full Story >
  • 24 Hour Play Graphic
    The Excitement of East’s 24 Hour Play
    Smithtown High School East’s Drama Club presented a 24 hour play in the auditorium on June 12. The following is the exciting fast-paced timeframe for this show to happen within 24 hours: 6/11: 3 p.m.: Three writers assembled on a Google Meet, and are given a common prop (camera) that they needed to use as a focus in their one-act play. Nine actors will be in the play on Saturday. Writers decide between themselves how many roles they will need to use all of the actors. Each play... Read Full Story >
  • Thank You Note Around Baked Goods
    East FCCLA Bakes for the School
    High School East FCCLA, under the director of advisors Jaclyn Fettinger and Connie Smith, showed the faculty and staff of East how much they appreciated them. They made goodie bags for every department and office in the school. The chapter members cooked the goodies after school for a week and made 100 of each item in the bag! Each goodie bag included breads, rolls, muffins and cinnamon rolls. The flour was donated by King Arthur Flour for the @Bakeforgood campaign. Read Full Story >
  • Madison Nuzzi Holding The Yearbook Cover She Created With Principal John Scomillio
    Great Hollow’s Yearbook Cover Design Winner
    Great Hollow Middle School recently held a contest for the best design to grace the cover of the 2021 yearbook. The winning cover was designed by Madison Nuzzi. “I am so honored to be this year’s yearbook cover winner,” Madison said. “Art has always been one of my many hobbies and one of my favorites, to be honest. It allows me to think outside the box and let my imagination run free.” She is pictured with Great Hollow Middle School Principal John Scomillio. Read Full Story >

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